Ice-cream float is a hot favourite of all the guests who visit to our home during 10 days of Ganpati. This is indeed a very simple recipe, but still is very attractive, especially children love this float.
Here is the recipe....
Plain vanilla ice-cream
Blue Curacao Sweet Lime and Orange Crush
Ice-cream Soda / Sprite
Take Vanilla Ice cream in a tall glass.
Pour Blue Curacao Sweet Lime and orange crush (Mapro Syrup) over it.
Now slowly pour Ice-cream soda / Sprite on it.
The blue coloured syrup and Vanilla ice-cream will raise like fountain.
Add mint leaves on it for garnishing (optional)
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I am complete foodie and love to indulge into variety of food items. I love trying out and learning different type of cuisines.
Whenever I get some time on hand, I just get into the kitchen and start experimenting.
I am CA and CS by profession but my real interest is in cooking. I sometimes feel like switching careers (I think I will end up doing that.. :) )
I regularly research about recipes on the Net and newspapers. I also watch lot of cookery shows for inspiration.
But I just trust my natural instincts when it comes to cooking.
Welcome to the World of Traditional Maharashtrian Cuisine
India is a country with diverse traditions, culture and religions. This diversity is also found in our food. Each state has its unique and special food items. Going forward, our food choices are not just restricted to India. We have gone global when it comes to food as well!
Today, we start our day South Indian breakfast, say Idli Sambar or Upma, we then go on North Indian lunch consisting of Chole Bature, Paneer, Rajma, Pulao. We prefer Italian Pizza, Garlic bread or Pasta for evening snacks. However, while returning home, we still have the urge of eating our traditional home made food for dinner.
When it comes to Maharashtrian cuisine, people know about Puran poli, Ukadiche modak, Kothimbir wadi, Alu wadi etc. But there are many recipes which many of us don’t know like “Tikhat Mithacha Saanza” (similar to Upma) for breakfast, Gharge, Sakhar bhat, Khamang Kakdi, Panchamrut, Gavar bhopla bhaji, Dalimbi Usal Masale bhaat, Fenya-Kurdaya etc for lunch, Dapade pohe / Takatli Ukad / Mokal Bhajani for evening snacks and light Kulthache Pithale bhaat with papad / sandgi mirchi for dinner. Apart from this regular course, there are recipes like Ukdichya Nivagrya, koyada, bhajaniche wade that are cooked rarely.
This blog features a collection of traditional Maharashtrian recipes. However this does not mean that I dont like non-maharashtrian cuisine. You will also find some new and innovative experimental recipes in this blog.
People feel that traditional recipes are difficult to cook. But trust me, the traditional recipes are not just simple to cook but have their own charm. Being a hardcore vegetarian, you will find only vegetarian recipes on this blog.